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MYOTONICS & CROSSBREDS Breeding program focuses on fainting By Kathy Wornicki


We have been breeding Myotonics for approximately 10 years. We started with one buckling and 13 young does and now have many, many more. We origi- nally chose this breed as they are small and easy to handle, are parasite resistant, have great mothering qualities with no birthing problems. We have had absolutely no problems with any birthing or mothering of kids. They are also quite friendly and make great pets and are fun to watch.


Our first buck “Clinton” fathered some great kids, followed by “Manny”. We now have “Darrell” — who came from Iowa through some friends and he is putting some fantastic babies on the ground. We just purchased another young buck to cross on Darrell’s does. We have made it a point to only keep as breeding stock those does that actually faint or have a high degree of Myotonia so that all of our babies will have that won- derful trait that they are known for. And, of course, all of the bucks are great “fainters.”


For the first time, we now have a waiting list for our kids. We would be more than happy to add anyone to the list who would like to enjoy this wonderful breed. We also do crossbreeding, but not so much with the Myotoinics. We cross breed with Spanish, Savannas and a few Kikos. They make great kids and we have a good market for them.


(Kathy Wornicki operates Diamond W Ranch in Webster, Fla. She can be con- tacted at 352-585-1145 or kworn@earthlink.net. Website: www.DWRmeatgoats.com.)


This Savanna-Kiko cross buckling, above, is 2 1/2 months old. At right, a Spanish mom with her Savanna- cross triplets.


Happy Myotonic baby


Purebred Spanish buckling April 2021 | Goat Rancher 15


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